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Glasgow Science Centre

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Glasgow Science Centre is one of Scotland’s must-see visitor attractions and there are loads of things to see and do!

The Centre is home to hundreds of interactive exhibits in the Science Mall, a Planetarium, Scotland’s biggest-screen IMAX cinema, a Science Show Theatre, a great cafe and an intriguing shop.

You can discover the awesome range of things to see and do before your visit by checking out What’s On along with finding out about our superb value ticket prices and how to get here. And did you know, that by visiting us you’re supporting science?

You’ll find our Science passport is an excellent deal for repeat visits or if you want to treat someone else check out our gift and reward vouchers.

We host birthday parties, group visits and special events, so get in touch with us to find out how to make your visit extra special!

Whatever your reason for coming to Glasgow Science Centre, be prepared to be amazed, and most importantly have a fun filled day out! 

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